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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - February 08, 1922, Cincinnati, OhioUptown downtown in the suburbs and out on the farm the advocate Campaign goes cheerfully along each Day brings its Gratifying rewards. A i always plucked a Thistle and planted a Flower where i thought a Flower would Lincoln a few a pm a in. Ernest c. Wareing editor Stanley w. Wiant assistant Cincinnati Ohio february 8, 1922 published weekly by the methodist Book concern the new Walden property Centenary achievement for the negro Secretary i. Garland Penn in Trinity methodist episcopal Church August 7, 1866, the Rev. John m. Walden with ten other methodist Wise men of vision organized the freedmen said society. The Rev. John m. Walden was elected the first corresponding Secretary. The first institution he had to supervise was the Central Tennessee College Nashville Tennessee which had been organized in 1865, a year before formal organization of the society. Corresponding Secretary Walden sent the Rev. John Braden in 1866, As the first president. John Braden wrought Well. The Central Tennessee College afterwards became Walden University. In 1876 a medical department was organized with George w. Hubbard Dean which is now Meharry medical. In spite of the great work of both institutions it was feared that because of reverses and Lack of adequate support both Walden and Meharry might pass out of existence and the work of the first institution and the founders be in history. But the Centenary came along just in time. The Board of education for negroes was included in the Centenary As a missionary organization chartered to prepare ministers doctors teachers and artisans to serve the Board of foreign missions and the Board of Home missions and Church Extension. Instantly the hopeless tasks became hopeful and joyous anticipation now visualized into realities. What seemed impossible in 1918 became possible in 1922, and the above new site for Walden was purchased and the institution perpetuated and Given a new Day. Meharry received All the old Walden property adjoining it for expansion and with it $500,000 endowment. The Pioneer name of Walden goes marching on Down the corridors of time the work of Braden and Hubbard to live evermore More negro teachers doctors dentists and pharmacists to be trained than Ever and god honoured by his methodist Church in helping him save the world. A Jepy or Bishop Robert e. Jones should have said at Detroit a methodism and the negro one and proper cultivation the advocate Reading habit will reach maximum production
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